Numbness and tingling of the hands and/or feet can have many causes. Pressure on a nerve is rare, more common causes are poor circulation (caused by tight muscles, constricted blood vessels, or tight connective tissue, as examples) and toxicity (diabetes and chemotherapy are examples of this). At GentleBay Sarasota Chiropractic, we treat neuropathy/numbness/tingling with a combination of gentle manual therapies and stretching, with very good success.
“Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – 10+ years – work related, excessive sweating – 10+ years, leg pain radiating to ankle, numbness in hands and feet, aching joints, chest discomfort. The numbness in my left hand is gone, the right hand greatly diminished. Sweating [hyperhydriasis] is reduced by 80%. Leg pain is 95% reduced. Numbness in toes is gone. Joint pain diminished by 95%. Chest discomfort vanished! Genuine feeling of well-being enhanced by 90%!”
“I have had nine treatments with Dr. Winder, and started with a pain level of 10 (on a zero to 10 scale). Today I am totally pain free at a zero level. This experience has been well beyond my expectations. I was told by the pain management clinic at the Cleveland Clinic that I would have to live with this pain the rest of my life. I am so grateful for the gift of finding Dr. Winder and his expertise in manual medicine.”
– Graham (Golfer)
“More energy than I’ve felt in years!”
– Marjorie (Active Volunteer)
PLEASE NOTE: We have very high success rates treating a wide range of problems, but we can’t help in every case. Your condition is individual, and needs individualized care. Do not expect that you will have treatment success at our office to the same degree as the testimonials we show here. You might, but the testimonials on this website are meant only to illustrate what is possible for many who seek treatment at our office. Every case is unique, and response to treatment is affected by condition, age, fitness, and many other issues. We do not accept every person for treatment, and we refer to other providers when necessary. For information on typical treatment response for your problem, call (941) 957-8390.